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  1. castrolargh

    Nightmare signings

    Ryan Fisher, Troy Bachelor, Chris Holder,
  2. castrolargh

    Kings Lynn 2022

    Personally I would love to see Puk back if he is fit, he would score well in this league, and josh Pickering swapped for Erik Riss who has been massively disappointing this year, if that would fit, with Connor mountain as one of the rising stars
  3. The track looked rubbish from outside when the grader came out. This time, for the first time ,I saved my money and went home .seen it too many times before, buster scrapes the slop off then gets in a mood when riders done fancy it. Cant blame them, and for once I agree with troy batchelors usual take on things, if the track is crap, the entertainment is crap, so what would have been a late night watching a rubbish meeting became an early night. Apart from the poor so and so's who were inside the stadium waiting.
  4. I said similar on a facebook group and got accused of dragging dirt up , or such like
  5. castrolargh

    King's Lynn Stars 2020

    Robert Lambert,Erik Riss and MPT replaced by Ryan Kinsley,Bridger and possibly Lawson. Makes you realise how much the league has had to be watered down.I still think that if such a watering down of the league was necessary, it should have been 1 league and 6 man teams to at least try to maintain interest/ sell the concept of a new start .
  6. castrolargh

    King's Lynn Stars 2020

    To be fair, 2018 was a pretty good team
  7. castrolargh

    Plymouth Gladiators 2021

    You wont get a much bigger announcement than that.If true,its a fantastic coup for Plymouth and for the championship
  8. castrolargh

    King's Lynn Stars 2020

    I think we are going to be relying on " strength in depth" rather than two big hitters. All relatively speaking of course,as there are very few genuine big hitters in the league this year compared to previously, but in a very weak league ,who knows who will step up.Tj at home possibly.,Tofty if he returns can be a match winner home,or away
  9. castrolargh

    King's Lynn Stars 2020

    Somewhere about an MPT amount!
  10. castrolargh

    to small

    6 teams is no league. Missed opportunity to completely start afresh from the bottom up
  11. castrolargh

    Ipswich 2020

    I would disagree with that.Batchelor is always at his best behind a strong No1 and when hes not sulking.If you want a star attraction to put bums on seats, love or loath him you would be hard pushed to top Nicki P. Still riding in Polish Elitserien whereas batch is in div1 and will never be the same class .(in my opinion)
  12. castrolargh

    King's Lynn Stars 2020

    It's very quiet on here regarding anyone's thoughts on a team .losing Robert was a massive blow,but not really unexpected,then losing Eric with the structure as it is this year is massive. I assume Cookie is pencilled in at No1 but what about the engine room and the rising star? Proctor ,Tj and Lewi @ 2,4 and 6 or 2,3 and 6 but where is out 2nd heat leader and 2nd string coming from? Richie Worrall as a 2nd string?, could MPT be coming back?(wishful thinking ) Any thoughts?
  13. castrolargh

    King's Lynn Stars 2020

    Lewis Bridger only averaged 6.59 from 11 meetings at berwick in 2017 which converted would put him at 4.19 in the prem( assuming 1.6 conversion rate)that would put us way under the limit
  14. castrolargh

    King's Lynn Stars 2020

    Oh dear.
  15. castrolargh

    Alan Wilkinson

    I would like to place on record my thanks to Ian Corcoran for sending me a copy of " fron 2 wheels to 4", the proceeds of which will go wilkies widow, Jean .I recieved the book on friday, and have just finished it.A fascinating, humbling read about two people with immense character and strength. I was just a boy when Wilkie had his accident and only had vague memories of seeing him ride, ironically at Swindon , but am a lifelong speedway supporter. RiP Wilkie , my respect to you Sir, a very brave man

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